The Foo Fighters bring rock medicine to the pandemic

Saturday 06 February 2021 | 06:00.

American band Foo Fighters released their new album “Medicine at Midnight,” which is an album consisting of nine songs including “Shame shame”, “F * ck you to 2020” (UPROXX) and “No Son of Mine” that has been previously shown. The latest song released is “Waiting for War”.

The album, the tenth album in its history, was produced by Greg Kurstin and the Foo Fighters, and has over 37 minutes around nine songs following each other.

The Midnight Medicine release concludes Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shifflett, Pat Samir and Ramy Jaffe’s band with Spotify, which includes Midnight Drops for exclusive video, audio and playlist content. Releasing their new album, Foo Fighters will be hosting a special six-part radio series: “Medicine at Midnight Radio” on Apple Music Hits. There, each band member will present a one-hour episode in which they explore their personal inspiration and reflect on the creative process behind the album.

The album, Tenth Study of the American Band, was scheduled for release last spring. But his departure was delayed with the cancellation of the concert and festival tour due to the pandemic. One hopes that vocalist and band leader Dave Grohl comes alive by posting several singles such as The Forceful Waiting on a War which, along with 7 other songs, makes up a 37-minute discount album.

Already in May, Grohl himself threw some clues about what we could find in this new work last May on the radio in Los Angeles: “We were supposed to start the tour in mid-April, and we were eager to get out. On the road because it’s so good. It’s full of these hymns and great rock songs, but at the same time it’s different. It has a rhythm, man. For me, it’s like David Bowie’s Let’s Dance. That’s what we wanted to do, a very fun album. ” The shame of shame did not go unnoticed. It’s a ’80s impact song that sounds like a kind of dance record and has caused some controversy.

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“It’s been almost a year since we finished recording Medicine At Midnight, with a planned world tour that was going to take us around the world to celebrate our 25th anniversary as a group. But hey, you know … it’s time to wait. We wait and wait. We waited until we realized. Finally our music is designed to be heard, whether it’s at an outdoor festival with 50,000 of our closest friends, or in the seclusion of your home on a Saturday night with a drink. So the wait is over. As we say goodbye (damn you) until 2020 and release a calendar sheet 2021, Let’s call up the year with No Son Of Mine. Spill a drink for yourself, turn up the volume, close your eyes, and imagine the festival exploding in style. Because that’s going to happen. Happy New Year! ”That was the message the band celebrated at the end of the inauspicious year of the pandemic.

With over 27 million copies sold, countless prizes, and mega stadiums sold out around the world, Foo Fighters defend their rock star status by challenging everything, and surprise again, with the best rock.

Aileen Morales

"Beer nerd. Food fanatic. Alcohol scholar. Tv practitioner. Writer. Troublemaker. Falls down a lot."

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